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A method to obtain disinfected Globodera infective juveniles directly from cysts. / Heungens, Kurt; Mugniery, D; VanMontagu, M; Gheysen, G; Niebel, A.

In: Fundamental And Applied Nematology, Vol. 19, Nr. 1, 1996, blz. 91-93.

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Harvard

Heungens, K, Mugniery, D, VanMontagu, M, Gheysen, G & Niebel, A 1996, 'A method to obtain disinfected Globodera infective juveniles directly from cysts', Fundamental And Applied Nematology, vol. 19, nr. 1, blz. 91-93.

APA

Heungens, K., Mugniery, D., VanMontagu, M., Gheysen, G., & Niebel, A. (1996). A method to obtain disinfected Globodera infective juveniles directly from cysts. Fundamental And Applied Nematology, 19(1), 91-93.

Vancouver

Heungens K, Mugniery D, VanMontagu M, Gheysen G, Niebel A. A method to obtain disinfected Globodera infective juveniles directly from cysts. Fundamental And Applied Nematology. 1996;19(1):91-93.

Author

Heungens, Kurt ; Mugniery, D ; VanMontagu, M ; Gheysen, G ; Niebel, A. / A method to obtain disinfected Globodera infective juveniles directly from cysts. In: Fundamental And Applied Nematology. 1996 ; Vol. 19, Nr. 1. blz. 91-93.

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